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Sally Field

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Sally Field is a two-time Academy Award-winner for her performances in Robert Benton's Places in the Heart (also capturing a Golden Globe) and Martin Ritt's ...

Layne Staley

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During the band's appearance on MTV Unplugged, Staley was visibly weak and emaciated and had problems singing at times, including stopping songs due to forgetting ...

Pamela Anderson

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Pamela Anderson has become one of the most recognized faces in the world. Pamela Anderson played the role of C.J. Parker, a lifeguard on the ...

Uma Thurman

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Uma Karuna Thurman, daughter of Robert Thurman and Nena Thurman, was born in Boston, Massachuseets, on April 29, 1970. Uma grew up in Amherst, Massachusetts, ...

Mariah Carey

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Following her separation from Mottola in 1997, Carey introduced elements of hip hop into her album work, to much initial success, but her popularity was ...

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Samuel_Dickinson_Hubbard Samuel Dickinson Hubbard
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Laura_Jane_Addams Laura Jane Addams
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George_Jr_Huddleston George Jr Huddleston
Biography of George Jr Huddleston: US Democratic politician Representative from Alabama 1955-1965 son of George Huddleston ...


Kobo_Abe Kobo Abe
Biography of Kobo Abe: 1924 - Born on the 7th of March in Kita, Tokyo.1941 - Kobo Abe returned to Japan.1943 - Kobo Abe began studies at Tokyo Imperial University. 1947 - Kobo Abe was first published as a poet with Mumei Shishu ("Poems of an unknown poet").1948 - Kobo Abe graduated with a ...


Claudius_Dornier Claudius Dornier
Biography of Claudius Dornier: German airplane builder ...


James_Patrick_Caviezel James Patrick Caviezel
Biography of James Patrick Caviezel: 1968 - Born on September 26th in Mount Vermont, Washington. American actor.         - James Patrick Caviezel was athletically gifted on the basketball court and dreamed of someday playing in the NBA. 1984 - James Patrick Caviezel went to Mount Vernon High School but transferred to O'Dea High School after ...


Marcel_Carne Marcel Carne
Biography of Marcel Carne: 1909 - Born on August 18th in Paris, France. A  motion-picture director noted for the poetic realism of his pessimistic dramas.1928 - Carné joined the director Jacques Feyder as an assistant.1930 - Marcel Carne assisted René Clair on the popular comedy Sous les toits de Paris (“Under the Roofs of ...


Artur_Axmann Artur Axmann
Biography of Artur Axmann: 1913 - Born on the 18th of February in Hagen, Germany.1928 - Artur Axmann studied law and founded the first Hitler Youth group in Westphalia.1932 - Artur Axmann was called to be a Reichs Leader (Reichsleiter) of the Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or NSDAP) to carry out a reorganization ...


Steven_Craig_Gunderson Steven Craig Gunderson
Biography of Steven Craig Gunderson: US Republican politician Representative from Wisconsin 1981-1997 1st openly homosexual Republican member of Congress ...


Blind_Lemon_Jefferson Blind Lemon Jefferson
Biography of Blind Lemon Jefferson:  1893 – Blind Lemon Jefferson was believed to have been born in Couchman, Texas, near Wortham, Texas. It was long believed by most that Blind Lemon Jefferson was born in 1897 (although some accounts varied the date by up to ten years) but research a century later revealed a census ...